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I'll start us off...

 

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Just kidding;

 

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HAHAHA! That first one you posted looks suspiciously like Windows 3.1 or maybe 95? ;)

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It’s not mine but that is a Android launcher theme, I seen it on xdaforums a while back.

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I guess it's for those ol' Windows diehards out there. ;)

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 I’m thinking more of a geeky thing instead of love for the OS.

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Meh... maybe. :)

 

If you really wanted to be cool, though, you'd have a wallpaper that looked like this:

 

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If it ran arch I would but otherwise, I see it as silly

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Root it and install Arch. That would be interesting to see if someone could make that work. ;)

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There are a few apps that allow you to run lots of distros on android but you aren’t actually replacing android. Here are a few 

 

  • To install Linux on Android without root:
    • Debian Noroot
    • UserLAnd
    • AndroNix

 

 Most offer a lot of distros to choose from and they download the image and such through the app. I remember Slackware being available as well.

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It’s neat to do but it’s just as easy to use a Linux shell on Android with Termux.

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All of the mentioned Apps are in the play store

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Oh, don't worry. I'm not going to try it. I don't want to brick my phone before I've had it a week. Heck, I was nervous installing Nova Launcher last night. ;)

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You can't brick it as it is simply an app. Think of it as a VM on your phone.

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COOL!

 

Wait! What? No Slackware. ;)

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That's just one example, there are others.

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